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              Consulate General of Brazil in New York
 February 2017 Newsletter - Culture & Education
Welcome to the February 2017 newsletter. Here you will find a wide range of events, activities and opportunities related to Brazil that will take place in the coming weeks and months  in the States of  New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Help us grow our community by disseminating this newsletter among your friends and network, and please contribute with your suggestions and feedback (emails and web links below).
What: Exhibition "Gleanings", by artist Noemia Marinho
Where: Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village & All Things Project (269 Bleecker Street) (Manhattan)
When: January 5 - February 4. There will be an artist talk on Feb 4, from 5:00 - 6:00 PM

What: Exhibition "Things and Beings", by Cristina Canale
Where: Galeria Nara Roesler (Manhattan)
When:  January 19 - February 23

What: Join the Brazilian Chorus of New York, an initiative of the International Brazilian Opera (IBOC)
Where:  Our Lady of Pompei Church (25 Carmine Street, NY, West Village) (Manhattan)
When: Rehearsals twice a week:
Sundays -  11:30 AM to 1 PM (Church auditorium - downstairs)
Thursdays - 7 PM  to 8:30 PM  (Organ room - upstairs)

WhatExhibition with paintings by self-taught artist, Dala Vidal
Where: Galeria NYC (43 Clinton Street) (Manhattan)
When: January 24 – February 27

What: Exhibition "O Peixe",  by Jonhatas de Andrade
Where: New Museum - Lobby Gallery (Manhattan)
When: January 25 – April 9

What: Concert "Americas" - Brazilian Italian violinist Emmanuele Baldini and pianist Roberto Turrin.
Where: Americas Society (Manhattan)
When: February 3 @ 7:00 PM

WhatLuis Simas & Nanny Assis
Where: Metropolitan Room (Manhattan)
When: February 4 @ 7:00 PM

What: Exhibition "Samico - Between Worlds",  presented by Dreambox
Where: 319 Grand Street - 5th Floor (Lower East Side, Manhattan)
When: February 4 - March 5
Preview: February 2 (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
Opening Reception Brunch: February 4 (12:00 PM - 6:00 PM)

What: Book  "Brazilians in America"
WhereLeGrande NYC at Time Hotel (224 West 49 street) (Manhattan)
When: February 6 @ 5:00 PM
RSVP: meubrasilny@gmail.com or 212 868 9098

WhatBossaBrasil: Marcos Valle with special guest Celso Fonseca
Where: Birdland (Manhattan)
When: February 7 - 11 @ 8:30 PM and 11:00 PM

WhatNando Reis
Where: Melrose Ballroom (Queens)
When: February 10 @ 10:30 PM

WhatBalé Folclórico da Bahia - a professional folk dance company from Brazil
When/Where: USA Tour includes performances in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
February 09 - dance workshop - Penn State Altoona - Altoona (Pennsylvania)
February 13 - capoeira  and percussion workshops - Eisenhower Auditorium - University Park (Pennsylvania)
February 14 - Eisenhower Auditorium - University Park (Pennsylvania)
February 15 - Proctors Theater - Schenectady (New York)
February 17 - Merriam Theater - Philadelphia (Pennsylvania)
February 18 - McCarter Center Theater - Princeton (New Jersey)
February 19  - Lehman Center - Bronx - New York (New York)

What: Os Mutantes
WhereTrocadero Theater (Philadelphia) / Webster Hall New York (The Marlin Room)
When: February 26 (Philadelphia) and 27 (New York)

WhatJovino Santos Neto Trio
Where: Club Bonafide (Manhattan)
When: March 4 @ 9:30 PM

What: Film "Nise: The Heart of Madness"  (Nise: O Coração da Loucura), directed by Roberto Berliner, during the ReelAbilities Festival  promoted by the JCC in Manhattan
Where/When: JCC Manhattan (March 6 @ 8:30 PM) ; Bellevue Hospital (March 3 @ 2:30 PM)

WhatConcert "Alma Brasileira", in honor of Heitor Villa-Lobos 130th Anniversary, with pianist Max Barros,  soprano Angelica de la Riva and conductor Rafael Piccolotto. Presented by Brazilian Music Foundation (BMF)
Where: Baruch College Theater (Engelman Recital Hall)
When: March 5 @ 7:00 PM

WhatBrazilian circus company Artinerant's presents the show "Neighbors" during the third annual festival "Circus Now: International Contemporary Circus Exposure".
Where: NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
When: March 4 @ 8:00 PM

WhatExhibition "Lygia Pape: A Multitude of Forms"
Where: Met Breuer (Manhattan)
When: March 21 - July 23

WhatBook Launch "Ciudades de America - Rio de Janeiro", co -edited by Erica Roberts and Facundo de Zuviría
Where: Americas Society (Manhattan)
When: March 28 @ 7:00 PM

What: Festival "The Source Project - Brazil"-  The 2017 edition of the festival honors Brazil and the influence of African culture on the country with a week of Brazilian music and films about Brazilian music. The festival also pays tribute to Clarice Lispector in the series Selected Shorts.
Where: Symphony Space (Manhattan)
When: April 4 - April 12

WhatTom Zé -Series Masters of Brazilian Music, promoted by the World Music Institute
Where: BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) (Brooklyn)
When: June 3 @ 8:00 PM

WhatExhibition "Helio Oiticica: to Organize Delirium"
Where: Whitney Museum of American Art
When: July 14 - October 1

Where: SIPA – Columbia University
When: February 1 @ 1:00 PM

The Challenges of Productivity and Economic Growth in Brazil
Where: SIPA – Columbia University
When: February 1 @ 6:10 PM

Openness, International Champions, and the Internationalization of Multilatinas
Where: SIPA – Columbia University
When: February 2 @ 1:00 PM

Commissioning Truths: Latin America's impact on the right to truth
Where: CLACS – University of Pittsburgh
When: February 3  @ 12:00 PM

Oficina sobre Bilinguismo – Brazil Ahead Kids
Where: Manhattan, NYC
When: February 4 and 11 @ 3:00 PM

Institution-building, Governance and Compliance in Brazil: Politics, Policy and Business 
Where:  Columbia University & The New School University
When: February 6 and 7

The Politics and Economics of the New Latin American Left
Where: CLACS – University of Pittsburgh
When: February 9  @ 12:00 PM

NGOs in Brazil: What Role During the Democratic Crisis?
Where:  SIPA – Columbia University
When: February 9 @ 1:00 PM

From Anthropophagy to Sublime Detritus: Keywords in Subversive Film/Media Aesthetics in Brazil
Where: King Juan Carlos Center Auditorium – NYU
When: February 13 @ 6:30 PM

Seminar with Inês Cordeiro Dias
Where: LALS – University of Pennsylvania
When: February 20 @ 11:00 AM

Latin American in Motion 
Where: CLACS – University of Pittsburgh
When: February 28  @ 7:00pm


Priorities of the Brazilian Foreign Policy in 2017
Where: SIPA – Columbia University
When: March 1 @ 6:10 PM

Journalism in Brazil: Trends and Challenges for 2017 and Beyond
Where: SIPA – Columbia University
When: March 2 @ 1:00 PM

Seminar: Languages of the Lusosphere
Where: CLACS – University of Pittsburgh
When: March 22

What Lies Behind: A Legal and Economic Analysis of Brazil’s Future
Where: NYU Law
When: March 31 @ 9:00 AM
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Educational Cooperation


Preciso da sua opinião sobre um tema importante. 
Como você sabe, a CitizenGO não existe. Existem os citizengoers que formam nossa comunidade. Você, eu e mais de 6 milhões de pessoas ao redor do mundo. Nós da equipe da CitizenGO somos apenas uma ferramenta à sua disposição. 


Por isso quero saber sua opinião sobre alguns temas importantes. O que você quer que façamos neste ano? Em que deveríamos focar? 
Você, SULA, decidirá nosso plano estratégico.
Levará apenas alguns minutos:
Por termos uma quantidade limitada de recursos e pessoas, precisamos tomar decisões com base nas seguintes perguntas:
  • Devemos priorizar a causa dos cristãos perseguidos ou o direito dos pais a educarem seus filhos?
  • Devemos focar em atividades online ou devemos investir mais em atividades offline?
  • Devemos investir numa mídia própria ou devemos nos esforçar para que nossas campanhas apareçam nos meios de comunicação já existentes?
  • Devemos nos concentrar em campanhas locais ou em campanhas globais?
Essas são algumas das decisões que temos de tomar e queremos sua ajuda para tomá-las. 
Como você sabe, não recebemos subsídios de nenhum partido, governo ou empresa. 
A CitizenGO sobrevive graças à colaboração generosa de cada doador. 
Isso permite que sejamos livres e independentes para agir de acordo com nossos princípios
Só precisamos prestar contas a você.
2017 será um ano repleto de desafios. Serão muitas batalhas em diversas frentes. Por isso sua opinião é muito importante para nós. 
SULA, nossos oponentes são muito bem organizados e contam com o financiamento multimilionário de pessoas como George Soros e de fundações internacionais (Rockefeller, Ford, etc.). 
Por isso também precisamos nos organizar de forma mais apropriada e ter maior clareza sobre nossos objetivos. 
Desde já agradeço o tempo dedicado ao preenchimento da pesquisa. 
Guilherme Ferreira e toda a equipe de CitizenGO

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BOSSABRASIL Featuring: Marcos Valle with Special Guest Celso Fonseca

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


BOSSABRASIL Featuring: Marcos Valle with Special Guest Celso Fonseca

There is a $20.00 food or drink minimum per person. Dinner is served between 5pm-1am.

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